Last Updated on January 8, 2016 by Kristi Linauer
Are you familiar with Fluff Your Stuff? If not, you should be! It is an interior design company located in Omaha, Nebraska. But I don’t live in Nebraska, you say. Regardless, you should at least check out their Facebook page for amazing ideas, tips, and tricks. They’re not stingy at all with their ideas and inspiration, and I love that!
Lorrie, the president of Fluff Your Stuff, sent over an easy headboard idea that I wanted to share with you.
If the bed is the focal point of the bedroom, then it just stands to reason that you need a headboard, right? But if you don’t have the money for some fancy schmancy headboard, and don’t have the time to make an elaborate diamond tufted headboard, and just want something quick, simple, and inexpensive, this is a fantastic idea.
Isn’t that a cute bedroom? It’s perfect for a young lady! (Or not so young. Heck, I’m continually drawn to colors and whimsical accents that are usually labeled for “children”.)
But what a simple idea for a headboard, right? And yet, it has such great impact in the room. And what a great way to recycle items! These things could easily be found at places like ReStore, if you don’t already have them tucked away in your garage. In fact, Lorrie said that the door was from her first house and has been a chalkboard and bulletin board in other incarnations before becoming a headboard.
The rest of the room is equally as fun and vibrant.
If you want more info on how to make this headboard, there are some great instructions over on the Habitat For Humanity website, although I’m pretty sure you could figure out how to do this without instructions. But just in case you’re feeling timid, the instructions are available.
And if you’d like more great low-cost decorating ideas like this, be sure to check out Fluff Your Stuff, and be sure to “like” their Facebook page!! I find myself being continually inspired by their projects.
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